Low Cost Health Care / Insurance
Children’s Help Line
Provides information about local pediatricians accepting patients. Nurses staff an answer line to help guide parents with health concerns about their children.
Community Health-In-Partnership Services (CHIPS)
CHIPS provides preventative, primary care, and referral services to those that are uninsured.
2431 No. Grand Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63106
Phone: 314-652-9231 ext. 10
Dental Care for Low-Income People
Donated Dental Services
Teena Paris, Coordinator
PO Box 6848
Jefferson City MO 65102
Phone: (573) 635-9988 or (866) 792-9988
Attached list includes clinics that take low income, uninsured and under insured patients
Last update 12/2008
Family Support Division/ Application for MO Health Net
To apply for MO Health Net (formerly called MC+)/Medicaid. See application below. Bosnian, Spanish, and Vietnamese available on the website.
City Phone: (314) 340-5000
County Phone: (314) 426-9600
Health Resources and Services Administration
Help finding low-cost or free health clinics.
Insure Kids Now!
Insure Kids Now! is a national campaign to link the 10 million uninsured children –from birth to age 18– to free and low-cost health insurance. Many families simply don’t know their children are eligible.
Call: 1-877-KIDS NOW
Legal Services Public Benefits Project
Helps with Medicaid and other public benefit issues.
Phone: 1-800-444-0514, ext. 1213
Managed Care+ Advocates for Family Health
For help with problems with coverage.
Phone: (314) 534-1263
MO Health Net Plan Provider Information
Information about Molina HealthCare Missouri, HealthCare USA, Harmony Health Plan of Missouri and, Missouri Care Health Plan with numbers for transportation, nurse advice lines, dental care, ect.
Missouri Primary Health Care Association
Help finding low-cost or free clinics.
Phone: (573) 636-4222
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